Despite the unfortunate news of the Camaro brand's impending discontinuation after the 2024 model year, Team Chevrolet remained steadfast in their focus. Undeterred by the end of an era, Team Chevy built on the momentum gained from a major aerodynamic overhaul for the 2023 season and their remarkable performance in their historic Garage 56 debut at Le Mans. Not only did they persevere, but they also completely dominated the competition, setting a new benchmark for the racing world.
The 2023 NASCAR Camaro ZL1 is no stranger to the taste of triumph. Its history is etched with glory, having conquered the famed 24 Hours of Le Mans through the pioneering Garage56 program earlier this summer. Now, Chevrolet Racing stands poised on the heels of an even greater achievement. Fueled by a season that has been both dominant and historic, the ambitions are nothing short of awe-inspiring: a 42nd Manufacturer's Championship and a 34th Driver Championship beckon on the horizon, driving the team forward.
INDIANAPOLIS (Monday, April 3, 2023) – Fifty identical 2023 Chevrolet Camaro SS convertibles were staged on the main straightaway April 3 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway in a sign the return of the Month of May soon approaches.
As the old adage goes, "No news is good news." That simple proverb rings especially true today in the hearts of Camaro lovers everywhere with Chevrolet's news that the Camaro will be discontinued at the conclusion of the 2024 model year.
After nine strong model years in the market, with hundreds of thousands sold, the sixth generation Chevrolet Camaro will retire at the conclusion of model year 2024. The final sixth generation Camaros will come off the assembly line at the Lansing Grand River Assembly Plant in Michigan in January 2024.
Chevrolet Motorsports will continue to compete across the world; Chevrolet announces this is not the final chapter for nameplate.